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May 29, 2010

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Maia Duerr

Thanks for posting this, Barry, and for collecting this great list of resources.

Just to clarify, those weren't my words at the end of the blog post ("Send your love...") -- they come from Penny Alsop who is on the ground in Florida working on clean-up efforts.

Joseph

Being in Korea, I've heard very little about the spill,I guess I've been ignorant to the extent of the disaster. The news has mostly being consumed with a potentially equal disaster here between the world's worst sibling rivalry...

Thank you for your efforts on the oil spill

(-_-)
_/\_ Gwanseum Bosal

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